Relato autobiográfico que brinda información precisa sobre la vida del campesinado en las tres primeras décadas del siglo XX. Este libro es una contribución sumamente valiosa y una fuente directa de información al conocimiento de la realidad sobre esa época que las generaciones de hoy no conocen.
Author: Andino Acevedo González
Year: 1988 | Pages: 303
Editorial Universidad de Puerto Rico
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